Google Chrome Browser for Mac Adds 'Confirm to Quit" Feature

Google Chrome on a Mac will soon have a handy option added to browser's choice called "confirm to quit." Upon activating the confirmation, Chrome will display a prompt if you press Command+Q -- which you'll then need to hold for another second and a half to actually quit. It's handy for those times when you […]

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Google Chrome on a Mac will soon have a handy option added to browser's choice called "confirm to quit." Upon activating the confirmation, Chrome will display a prompt if you press Command+Q -- which you'll then need to hold for another second and a half to actually quit. It's handy for those times when you meant to tap Command+W to close only your current window, but missed. If you quit via the menu bar, the prompt willn't appear.

Chrome Mac - confirm to quit

Revision 64920 marks the feature's arrival in the Chromium for Mac builds, and users who want to give it a go can enable confirm to quit on the about:flags page.

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